One of the hottest trends in technology is 3D TV and content. From LG to Samsung, Sony, and Panasonic, all of the major manufacturers are jumping on the 3D bandwagon.
Yes, the PC scene may have fallen into a bit of a lull, so it's good to see a new generation of enthusiasts pick up the overclocking torch (at least, on the software side) in the mobile arena.
It took long enough, but the LG Ally and Samsung Acclaim smartphones have finally been upgraded to Android 2.2, the version of Google's operating system that most users have been using for months now.
Apple is reportedly prepping a souped-up, custom-designed A8 processor for its fifth-generation iPhone and future mobile devices.
T-Mobile customers who bought Samsung's Vibrant phone last year have been patiently waiting to receive a firmware upgrade to Android 2.2, which was first made available several months ago.
Now that the Verizon iPhone is official, the mobile rumor mill is turning its attention to other things. Other things, that is, like the Samsung Vibrant 4G, which is rumored to be the single fastest phone to ever run on T-Mobile.
We knew going into CES that 3D would yet again be another big trend. But because of the rather scattered state of the 3D industry right now, no one really cared what anyone had to show.
Samsung has debuted a $700 "Sliding" computer at CES 2011 that can't seem to decide whether it's a PC or tablet.
Oh boy. After already battling with active shutter glasses, 3D TVs that need external sensors, and this idea of 3D that doesn't require glasses, Samsung is introducing an entirely new concept.
With the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas fast approaching, manufacturers are dropping products announcements left and right. Just today, Samsung announced its new HMX-Q10, the newest in the company’s line of portable camcorders.
When it comes to Android, most people think of Verizon's Droid brand and then move on to something else. But there's another strong player out there, and although it may not have the same level of name recognition, it's doing pretty darn well.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab has faced one big problem from day one - it's supposed to be an iPad killer but you can get an iPad for less money. But now, if you sign up for a Verizon data plan, you can get one for the same price as the cheapest iPad.
Samsung always has a lot to show at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, but one of the most eye-popping things will be its introduction of the world's sleekest Blu-ray 3D player.
Samsung is reportedly preparing to take on Apple's popular iPod with a tricked-out Android MP3 player.
While it's all anyone wants to talk about in the tech world and everyone makes it sound really cool, consumers just don't want 3D TVs. And manufacturers are already cutting prices of their 3D sets by as much as 50%.
One of the main draws of Android-based tablets is that they offer a more affordable alternative to the iPad. However, Samsung doesn't see it that way as the company will soon be launching a version of its tablet computer for around $1,000.
It doesn't get any more official than this. Google has launched an official product page for the Nexus S, the successor to its widely-acclaimed-but-poor-selling Nexus One Android phone.
It turns out people really aren't too crazy about Samsung's supposed iPad killer, the Galaxy Tab, as an astoundingly low 15% said they would prefer the new tablet option.
I was looking at Imagination Technologies’ share price the other day and noticed that it went down, for the first time in almost a year and a half.
A talented XDA-Dev team member has managed to boot Ubuntu Linux on Samsung's Galaxy-class Tab.